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Gries Amplification

Gries Amplifiers (pronounced "Grice") are based on the classic tube amps built from the late 50's to the mid 60's. All amps feature modern circuit enhancements and improved construction methods and components.


Bob Dragich reviewed the Gries 5 in the March '14 issue of Vintage Guitar.

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Construction.

All Gries handmade amplifiers feature point-to-point wiring on G10 turret boards; chassis-mounted pots, switches, jacks, and tube sockets; aluminum or steel chassis; and Tolex-covered solid pine or Baltic birch plywood cabinets with 1/2" birch plywood baffles.

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Components
 
We use Mercury Magnetics, Heyboer, & Hammond transformers,  Eminence speakers,  Carling switches,  Switchcraft & Cliff jacks,  Sprague Atom, F&T, M150, Mojo Dijon, & Orange Drop capacitors, and JJ, Tube Amp Doctor, & Electro Harmonix tubes.